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Fringed Wedge

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The Fringed Wedge Wraplet looks complicated, but it’s actually quite easy! The fringes are made at the end by dropping 3 stitches, so no attaching fringe at the end. It can be worn as a small wrap or scarf, and is perfect for keeping the chill off your neck with a v-neck coat.

Fringed Wedge - free knit pattern by Jessie At Home
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Fringed Wedge
Knit Pattern
Easy Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot


43″ long

Frabjous Fibers / Wonderland Yarn: TweedleDeeDum (Bulky Weight Superwash Merino)
1 skein – 19 We’re All Mad Here
1 skein – 20 Goat’s Beard

US-11, 8.00mm

12 sts x 24 rows = 4” [10 cm] in garter stitch

Other supplies:
yarn needle

Stitches and Abbreviations:
k – knit
k2tog – knit 2 together
kfb – knit front and back
sp(s) – space(s)
st(s) – stitch(es)


Getting Started:
Carry unused color along side, do not cut at color changes.

With first color, CO 5 using long tail cast on
Row 1 and all odd rows: Switch color, k all.
Row 2: K3, kfb, k1. – {6 sts}
Row 4: K3, kfb, k2tog. – {6 sts}
Row 6: K3, kfb, k2. – {7 sts}
Row 8: K3, kfb, k1, k2tog. – {7 sts}
Row 10: K3, kfb, k to end. – {8 sts}
Row 12: K3. kfb, k until 2 sts remain, k2tog. – {8 sts}
Repeat rows 9-12 to until 3 yards remains of first color.
Bind off row: Bind off all but last 3 sts, drop last 3 sts.

Finishing: Pull dropped stitches all the way down to create fringe. Tie a knot at the top of each loop where it meets the knitted work to keep the scarf from loosening. Weave in all ends.

Wear or give and enjoy!

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4 thoughts on “Fringed Wedge”

  1. I am a beginner knitter but it seems there is a problem with the instructions – it only takes me up to 8 stitches and says to keep repeating rows 9-12?? I do not understand. Please Help!

    • Yes, that’s right. The pattern is written through row 12, then you continue the instructions for rows 9-12 over and over. The stitch count will grow as you do so.

    • Thanks for your prompt reply. As this is my first time following a pattern, I was literally repeating the steps as written. So I repeat the steps but keep adding on stitches & don’t limit myself to the number of stiches listed in the instructions. Sorry if I’m a bit thick. 🙂


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